from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to, consisting of, or containing salt water: a saltwater solution.
- adj. Inhabiting or occurring in seawater or salt water: saltwater fish; the saltwater crocodile.
- adj. Done or used in salt water: saltwater fishing; saltwater lures.
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- adj. of, relating to, containing, inhabiting, or used in salt water
- n. salt water; brine
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. water containing salts
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Few countries in the world face as immediate a threat from climate change as the Republic of Maldives, a low-lying group of atolls in the Indian Ocean whose coastline is eroding and whose water supplies are now being infiltrated by saltwater from the sea.
All Replies from redneck Rob wrote 19 weeks 6 days ago hey man i would go with a uglystick for fresh water but not sure i could help u out in saltwater
And then I soak them in saltwater over night before cooking or freezing.
Fluger, I know we have trout in saltwater (I caught a 25 incher.) but ya GO TEBOW!!!!!
Not all nasty and stinky, lasts longer than anything else in saltwater, protects for longer in any kind of sun.
Thanks matouse, but Im looking for any other areas that hold brookies in saltwater marsh enviroments.
I've caught all of mine in saltwater, ranging from 14-37 inches.
They're called "granders" in saltwater lingo, blue or black marlin that break the thousand-pound mark, and they are the ultimate goal for big-game anglers.
I found that the red light spectrum is the weakest in saltwater ... has anyone tested to see the difference in hook rate between regular colored hooks and multiple shades of red?
Yes | No | Report from ggmack wrote 24 weeks 3 hours ago yeah 1.30 is a small price to pay for a little insurance. i fish in saltwater so the larger sizes are interesting. you never quite know what is going to hit a trolling lure in the deep blue ocean.